Friday, April 23, 2010

Multnomah Shawl Unleashed!

My Multnomah Shawl is unpinned from blocking and unleashed on the world. I'm enjoying wearing it as a shawl...


as a scarf...


on the side...


My first shawl project completed. Will it be my last shawl? Probably not.

I'll be looking to see what projects my fellow Fiber Arts Friday-ers have finished this week over at Wonder Why Gals.

Happy Fiber Arting!

15 Comments:

WonderWhyGal said...

It turned out beautifully. I can't imagine it will be your last...I think shawls are addictive. I vowed the Clapotis would be it but now I'm giving that to my sister and working on an alpaca shawl for myself.

I love how the triangle shawls make such pretty scarves. You did a great job!

Ellen said...

That is absolutely gorgeous! I am starting to put shawls on my list of projects. I bought yarn for Clapotis a while back, but haven't started yet.
You've inspired me to get started now!

Holly Bee said...

Super sassy! I love the colors! Great work.

Thank you for showing the different ways to wear it. Now I can be all sassy too!

Lisa said...

Great job...it turned out beautifully.

Dutch Hollow Acres said...

Love the colors and the pattern. Great job!

Kathryn Ray said...

It looks very comfy and has me thinking about my own (currently shelved) shawl. Hmmm...

AllyB said...

Multnomah is a great shawl pattern. Yours turned out so nice. Looks toasty and is a great color to wear with jeans - my favorite kind of pants! I made this shawl with very fine lace weight and loved it. I'll be making another one and using fingering weight yarn for something different. Happy Fiber Arts Friday, have a great weekend.

Kate (KnitsInClass) said...

So pretty! I love how versatile it is -

Keetha Denise Broyles said...

It is LOVELY - - - but I want to see YOU too!!! It appears that your photographer was ill-equipped, he seems to have cut your head off in each and every photo!!!

;-)

Marie-Jolie said...

Gotta love a versatile little shawl! The "Show Your Colors Shawl" that I knit last year was nothing special in terms of technique or pattern but it is still one of my favorite things. :) By the way, I'm so jealous that your husband lets you knit him all sorts of handknit treasures. If only...

Alpaca Farmgirl said...

Really pretty, and yes, we do want to see you! Excellent work. :)

josiekitten said...

Love the colours in your shawl. It looks like a great pattern, I've just popped over to Ravelry to take a look. I'm sure I have plenty of yarn in my stash to make one!

teresasdesk said...

Beautiful! Makes me want to start another shawl. :D

Teresa
http://teresasdesk.wordpress.com

Allison said...

Thanks for all of your wonderful comments. As for seeing me, I'm a shy girl!

Mel said...

That is gorgeous :D